Brazil to face Scotland in friendly in March 2011

February 15, 2011 at 12:57 4 comments

Pretty boys Colin Hendry and Ronaldo back in 1998

The Brazilian Football Confederation has announced that Brazil will take on Scotland on March 27th in Arsenal’s Emirates stadium.
Brazil and Scotland have met four times in the World Cup. The South Americans came out on top 2-1 in 1998; 1-0 in 1990, 4-1 in 1982 and drew 0-0 in 1974. In all competitions the pair have clashed nine times with Brazil yet to lose.
Mano Menezes is expected to name his squad for the game on 3rd March.


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